Wilson Center Experts

Alfred Evans

Short-Term Grant
Kennan Institute

Russia and Eurasia
Professor, California State University
Wilson Center Project(s):
Social Differentiation in Contemporary Soviet Ideology
Jul 01, 1988
Aug 01, 1988

Project Summary

changes in the perspective on social structure and social differentiation in Soviet Marxist-Leninist ideology under Gorbachev hypothesis: recent Soviet ideology, as represented by the Program of the Communist Party of the USSR adopted in March 1986, recognizes a more complex social structure and a more internally differentiated society than were acknowledged by Soviet thought of earlier periods, as reflected in the previous Party Program, adopted in 1961 social differentiation; social structure; social classes; Gorbachev

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